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Nõmmik, Urmas (2016). Qinah Meter: From Genre Periphery to Theological Center - A Sketch. In: Christoph Levin, Ehud Ben Zvi (Ed.). Centres and Peripheries in the Early Second Temple Period (411−436). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. (Forschungen zum Alten Testament; 108).
Rohtmets, Priit; Tēraudkalns, Valdis (2016). Taking legitimacy to exile: Baltic Orthodox churches and the interpretation of the concept of legal continuity during and after the Soviet occupation of the Baltic states. Journal of Church and State, 58 (4), 633−665.
Altnurme, R. (2016). Estonian Churches during Communism. In: Matti Kotiranta (Ed.). The Finnish and Estonian Churches during the Cold War (85−98). Joensuu: University of Eastern Finland. (Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Reports and Studies in Education, Humanities, and Theology; 15).
Schihalejev, Olga; Gunnarsson, Gunnar J.; Räsänen, Antti; Skeie, Geir; Sporre, Karin (editors) (2016). Usuteaduslik Ajakiri. Special issue “Shifting borders in Religious Education”. Usuteaduslik Ajakiri, 1 (69), 1−155.
Remmel, Atko (2016). Ambiguous Atheism: The Impact of Political Changes on the Meaning and Reception of Atheism in Estonia. Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion, 7, 233−250.
University of Tartu Asian Centre brings together Asian expertise which has until now been rather dispersed in Estonia, shares its experience and uses contacts of an international cooperation network to help the private and public sector, organisations or private persons with matters related to Asia.
On Wednesday, 11 May Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican Secretary of State, will visit Tartu and the University of Tartu as part of his official visit to Estonia. At 12:15 he will give a public lecture to all those interested on “The diplomatic activity of the Holy See at the service of peace”.